Le Jardin du Golfe
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... By now I'm glad that Patrick & Jackie made me forgo the mussels & pomme frites! This meal was a culinary delight. Oh, I forgot to mention that before ordering, two adorable young men came to our table carrying a basket full of fresh fish. I totally have no idea what they said the fish were, they were too cute to look at & I can't look & listen at the same time!
Dinner was a fillet of ...
... Patrick was a great tour guide & I managed to grab a few things to take home, like herbs de Provence, dijon & tarragon mustards & French sea salt. The wine section was out of this world, rows & rows of wines & I had no idea how you choose a bottle. So, I went by the pretty labels!
Made a couple more stops & then it was my favorite meal of day ~ lunch! Jackie & Patrick knew the chef at the restaurant we were ...
... photos. Words really can't describe this little town except to say that it is exactly what I imagined a small French town to look like. I mean, some of the details were still surprising - like the way the streets line up to feature the church, the decaying fort on the hill - but the architecture, the jovial French people sitting on stoops smoking and laughing, the little french cars driving around - it was so cliche, but in a good way. There was a small water ...
... All of which brings us back to the Côte d'Azur, and the end of a relaxing week off. My only comment on this place I will leave to a quote from Jim Ring from his excellent book Riviera, the Rise and Rise of the Côte d'Azur: “Even though the reality of the Riviera seems daily to diverge even more from the dream and the ideal, so powerful is this promise that the reality is ignored.” Tomorrow we go north again, into the mountains and back to a different France.
... that had questionable servicabilty.
We had an ice-cream at a fabulous ice-cream store with some very exotic mixtures - deeeelicious!
Juliet wasn't really interested in looking around the shops so we wandered back to the bus terminus and got our bus back to the house.
This afternoon, Juliet has taken a nap while I did my blogging and watched some of the Tour de France (go Cadell!).